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'Changing Business Practices in Current Environment' concludes on positive note

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Delegates from 8 countries presented 84 papers during the two-day conference

5th Asia Pacific Business Research Conference on Theme : ‘Changing Business Practices in Current Environment’ organized by Government of Maharashtra’s Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE) concluded last week with receiving a number of strategies worth implementing by the business houses to remain relevant in the fast-changing business practices and environment.

Two day long 5th Asia Pacific Conference was graced with the presence and active participation of the eminent peronalitities in higher education field and industry  like Dr. Deborah Ford, Chancellor,University of Wisconsin-PS,USA;, Mr.Ashish Bhasin- Chairman & CEO South Asia Dentsu Aegis Network, Mr. Ashok Sethi - COO & Executive Director, Tata Power, Dr. Hemant Dande, CEO Raptakos Brettare, SIMSREE, Dr. Manoj Bhide – Director, SIMSREE, Dr R K Srivastava – Professior & HOD, SIMSREE & Dr Khan – Registrar, University of Mumbai.  

The theme of the 5th APIC conference held on 4th & 5th January 2018 in Mumbai was: ‘Changing Business Practices in Current Environment’.

While speaking to media on the occasion Dr. R. K. Srivastava – Professor & HOD at SIMSREE said “This conference spanned over two days was all India event was attended by 101 delegates from eight countries : India, USA, UK, UAE, Lebanon, South Korea, Nigeria, Australia and New Zealand. The profile of delegates included Senior Management Executives with various MNCs, Indian Corporates and the Students of top B-Schools across India. The conference saw the presentation of 84 Research-based papers and Guest Lecture sessions focussing on the present management scenarios and other topical subjects”. Dr. Srivastava added further “The global and corporate exposure, which the students and other professionals gained is unparalleled. Such conferences are extremely useful for a growing economy like India and such research for change will be useful for the economy and the country.”

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